Zagreb attractions

Top Choice Museum in Zagreb

Museum of Broken Relationships

From romances that withered to broken family connections, this wonderfully quirky museum explores the mementos left over after a relationship ends. Displayed amid a string of all-white rooms are donations from aroun…
Top Choice Cemetery in Zagreb

Mirogoj

A 10-minute ride north of the city centre (or a 30-minute walk through leafy streets) takes you to one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Europe, sited at the base of Mt Medvednica. It was designed in 1876 by Austr…
Top Choice Museum in Zagreb

Croatian Museum of Naïve Art

A feast for fans of Croatia’s naive art (a form that was highly fashionable locally and worldwide during the 1960s and ’70s and has declined somewhat since), this small museum displays 80 artworks (a smidgen of the …
Market in Zagreb

Dolac Market

Right in the heart of the city, Zagreb’s bustling fruit and vegetable market has been trader-central since the 1930s when the city authorities set up a market space on the 'border' between the Upper and Lower Towns.…
Funicular in Zagreb

Funicular Railway

This very short, and steep, funicular railway line, constructed in 1888, connects the Lower and Upper Towns of Zagreb.
Gallery in Zagreb

Croatian Association of Artists

East of the centre, this gallery is housed in one of the few architectural works by Ivan Meštrović and has a busy and diverse rolling program of exhibitions and events throughout the year. It's a must on the art cir…
Historic Building in Zagreb

Lotrščak Tower

Lotrščak Tower was built in the middle of the 13th century to protect the south city gate. Normally you can enter and climb up to the top for a sweeping 360-degree view of the city, but it was closed for extensive r…
Square in Zagreb

Trg Bana Jelačića

Zagreb’s main orientation point and its geographic heart is Trg Bana Jelačića – it's where most people arrange to meet up. If you enjoy people-watching, sit in one of the cafes and watch the tramloads of people gett…
Museum in Zagreb

Archaeological Museum

Spread over three floors, the artefacts housed here stretch from the prehistoric era to the medieval age. The 2nd floor holds the most interesting – and well-curated – exhibits. Here, displays of intricate Roman min…
Museum in Zagreb

Museum of Contemporary Art

Housed in a city icon designed by local star architect Igor Franić, this museum displays both solo and thematic group shows by Croatian and international artists in its 17,000 sq metres. The permanent display, Colle…